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    Wink related to / related with

    Hello, "usingenglish" community!
    I've seen the collocation "related with" on the web, but just "related to" appears in my dictionary. Are both of them correct?
    Thanks!

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    Re: related to / related with

    'Related with' is much less common, but it is used.

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    Re: related to / related with

    But is there any difference between the two? Or they are interchangeable? Thank you.

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